U.S. elections: Obama and Romney were measured in the last debate (video)
October 23, 2012
President Barack Obama accused his Republican rival Mitt Romney of being wrong in all their decisions on foreign policy, particularly on Iraq during the last face-to-face campaign held last night at a Florida university.
“Every time you made an opinion were wrong,” Obama said in a forceful start of the third and final presidential debate ahead of the elections on November 6.
The Republican said coldly: “attack me is not an agenda” to deal with a dangerous world.
They hadn’t the same opinion on Libya, Syria, Russia or other national security issues.
Romney said the United States will fail to end the threat of terrorism and Al Qaeda “just killing”.
“I congratulate you for eliminated Osama bin Laden and prosecute the leaders of Al Qaeda, but in this case we will finish this not only killing,” said Romney.
The former Massachusetts governor opened the debate criticizing Obama’s policies toward Islamic extremism. He said the president gave a chance for the Arab Spring and has not done enough to prevent Iran from building nuclear weapons.
Obama countered that as long as he is president Iran will not have nuclear weapons and denied any direct negotiations with the Islamic country.
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